Posts Tagged ‘Dojo’

Dojomino 1.1-0: Dojo 1.1 for Domino

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

Version 1.1 of the Dojo javascript toolkit was released a month ago and now Dojomino has been updated to include the version 1.1 code of Dojo. The Dojomino update includes a very cool online demo site where you can try out some of the many features of the Dojo toolkit.

Dojo 1.0

Monday, November 5th, 2007

Dojo 1.0 has been released today. Dojo is “an Open Source JavaScript toolkit for Ajax development that can be used to build rich Web 2.0 applications”. Remember to visit for information and tutorials on using Dojo with Lotus Domino. [Via front page news on the IBM Community on – and also via Viktor […]

Dojomino: Info and tutorials for using Dojo with Domino

Monday, July 2nd, 2007

Lance Spellman has created a site dedicated to using Dojo with Domino. Have a look at Dojomino was featured in episode 62 of the Taking Notes podcast. [Via the IBM internal dogear service] On a similar note: Viktor Krantz has created a post on how to create a sign in form directly on a […]

Using Ajax to manipulate Lotus Notes documents

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

Joachim Dagerot has published an article on developerWorks on using AJAX to manipulate Lotus Notes documents. From the article introduction: Giving users instant feedback instead of the time-consuming page reloads they’re used to is simple when you use Ajax. Discover how a view and an agent can help you build Ajax-driven applications and learn how […]